Ken Rudin, NPR’s Political Junkie, will bring his humor to a star-studded panel of politics-watchers as they discuss the voices in the 2012 campaigns – from Tea Partiers, to women and Hispanics, to billionaire donors. Other panelists include Ellen Malcolm, the founder of EMILY’s List; UA Professor Emeritus John Garcia, the director of the Resource Center for Minority Data; and local political guru Margaret Kenski. This free ticketed event, presented by the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, is part of the “Voices and Choices of the 2012 Election” series. To find out more, visitweb.sbs.arizona.edu/college/democracy or call (520) 621-1112.
Sponsors include Arizona Public Media, the Arizona Daily Star, the Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding, the Jewish Community Relations Council, the UA Honors College, and Jan Lesher.cost
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